He was brought to the orphanage by his mother who didn’t have the means to provide for him. He was unkempt and in poor health when he got here and required intensive medical care.
The boy's 2-week holiday stay at the Home is now slowly coming to an end, but that doesn't mean it was spent lazing around - Peter Kenneth attended physiotherapy classes several times, giving it his all. We know by his engagement and above all his smile that he is a big fan of sensory aids. As he normally has problems with concentration, we were all the more amazed to see that he managed to sit for a considerable period of time in front of the light table doing a colourful puzzle.
We hope that Christopher’s death, which was an unexpected tragic event for the whole Kasisi, will kick off a chain reaction of good. Because of this, we started the Christopher Sakala Fund. With this fund, we support children being treated on the oncological ward at the hospital in Lusaka.